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Housing Reviews 2018: East Campus (Highrise)

Ah, beautiful, beautiful EC. Perhaps the holy grail of Columbia dorms. This housing review will give you the lowdown on one of the types of dorms you can get in EC, the high rise.  Location: Technically 70 Morningside Drive, but accessible via Wien Courtyard or Ancel Plaza (aka the above-ground plaza outside Law and IAB). Nearby dorms: […]

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Housing Reviews 2017: East Campus (Highrise)

So you’re finally a senior. Ready to move back on campus? Ready to relive some of those Carman vibes? Well, with a highrise suite in East Campus, you can. Check out these views.  Location: 70 Morningside Drive – Accessible through the Wien Courtyard or via Revson Plaza. Nearby dorms: Wien. Also, Plimpton, if you squint your […]

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Housing Reviews 2014: East Campus Highrise

Housing approacheth. And, unless you’re on top of it, it’s probably coming up sooner than you think. Bwog’s got you covered; we’ll be rolling out two housing reviews per day until no residence hall is left un-reviewed. Prepare to get (even more) excited: this year, we’re reviewing Barnard residence halls, too. Reviews for all! Today’s […]

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